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Rubric for Case AnalysisCLO Criteria/Level Poor 1 Acceptable 2 Ideal 3 Student Mark 1.1 Identification of Adverse Reactions Does not meet minimal standards or does not submit work. Accurately identifies most patient adverse reaction of drugs. Clearly and accurately identifies all adverse reaction of drugs. 1.2 Patient Education Provides a somewhat inaccurate and limited health teachings. Provides an accurate, but limited, health teachings. Provides a clear, accurate, and comprehensive health teaching. 1.3 Research/ Evidence- Based Finding Does not meet minimal standards or does not submit work. Provides an accurate, but limited, discussion of a research or evidenced-based finding. Provides a clear, accurate, and comprehensive discussion of a research or evidenced-based finding. 2.1 Patient Characteristics Does not meet minimal standards or does not submit work. Accurately identifies most patient characteristics that should be considered relevant to the case. Clearly and accurately identifies all patient characteristics that should be considered relevant to the case and provides a brief explanation that justifies each choice. 2.2 Principles of Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics Provides a somewhat inaccurate and limited discussion of which principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics should be considered for the case. Provides an accurate, but limited, discussion of which principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics should be considered for the case. Provides a clear, accurate, and comprehensive discussion of which principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics should be considered for the case. 2.3 Clinical Undestanding I Student’s responses demonstrate only partial understanding of patient’s condition and potential complications. Student’s responses demonstrate adequate understanding of patient’s condition and potential complication. Student’s responses demonstrate thorough understanding of patient’s condition and potential complication 2.4 Clinical Undestanding II Student’s responses demonstrate only partial understanding of evaluation of medication effectiveness. Student’s responses demonstrate adequate understanding of evaluation of medication effectiveness. Student’s responses demonstrate thorough understanding of evaluation of medication effectiveness. 3.1 Mechanics of Writing Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors that distract the reader. Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but are not overly distracting to the reader. The student is clearly in control of standard, written English. Total Score /24 Case Analysis Score (CAS)= (Raw score/ 24) x 100 Case Analysis Mark= CAS x 0.2

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